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Robo 3D to launch its desktop 3D printers in France

The company has received over $800,000 in pre-orders for its new printer.
Robo 3D to launch its desktop 3D printers in France
Robo is continuing to expand its footprint in Europe and Asia

Robo 3D (ASX:RBO) has expanded the sales and distribution of its desktop 3D printers into France by signing an agreement with Sotec3D.

Headquartered in Le Mans, France, Sotec3D is one of the largest 3D printer suppliers in Europe and is the leading distributor of 3D printers, filaments, and accessories in France.

Sotec3D will be adding Robo products to all its sales channels in the upcoming weeks.

Since the start of 2017, Robo successfully expanded its presence in the U.S. and entered into key international markets including Canada and Mexico.

The company has received over A$800,000 in pre-orders from the U.S. market for its first shipment of Robo R2 printers.

Robo R2 is an intuitive and easy to use printer, with a robust set of features that will enable professionals, designers, entrepreneurs, hobbyists, and educators to bring their ideas to life in 3D.

Foxconn Technology Group is Robo’s production partner for the R2 3D printer.

Robo is actively pursuing new distributors and re-sellers as it looks to continue expanding its footprint in Europe and Asia.

To further support the expansion of Robo’s international expansion, the company has appointed Tomasz Wykowski as international sales director for Europe and Asia.

Tomasz Wykowski was previously at 3D printing firm ZMorph where he held the role of director for sales and business development.

Robo had a cash balance of circa $2.2 million as at 31 March 2017.

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